It got me going in the MDPR.
In school at the moment, I'm learning about human rights, And certain conflicts that may occur.
These could be:
Abortion: The situation, A girl of say.. 17 is pregnant, The father is still a kid and doesn't want commitment, the girl wants an abortion. Human rights says in article 3, "Everyone has the right to life, Liberty and security of a person." Therefore killing the unborn child is wrong. But if the mother cannot support the child, It is in the childs best interest not to be born at all.
Terrorists: This one is a little absurd but, Say a terrorist informant has been captured and knows information about a future attack that could kill thousands. He will not let a word passed his lips just like that. What would you do? Get a professional extortionist, This could save thousands, But in the human rights it clearly states, Article 5 " No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment."
There just snippets of ideas/scenarios.
Like I said in the MDPR, There are many pros and cons to Human rights being enforced by law and the standard courts. And you shouldn't have to travel to Strasbourg to have a hearing when two rights collide.
Take a look at this case (Thanks Scorned), As he says, She has to fly out to another country to die, She has the right to life, But she is in great suffering.